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  FOX News    The Five    News/Business.  (2013)  

    February 8, 2013
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cymbalta can help. >> greta: right now heavy snow pounding the northeast. let's check in one more time. rick i saw a tweet of yours as loaded airport hurricane level winds? >> yes. 76 miles per hour wind gusts at logan airport. we're in the mid yefl a significant nor easter. the visibility will be next to zero. these blue snow bands right there are heavy snow. we've seen six inches in under an hour across parts of connecticut. highest amounts of ours at about 20 inches we're seeing some heavy snow towards new york city. take a look at live shot now out on the camera out of here out of times square. this is in massachusetts they have a foot of snow on the ground. 76 miles per hour wind gusts impressive. here is the problem.
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winds now, we've got the snow and temperatures will be below zero all night long remaining below zero so everything is on the ground will freeze. it's going to remain that way until about monday, we'll see a quick warm up and temperatures will be back to about 40. we've got the winds and cold air. we've got a long night ahead of us. that will continue with us, all of it done by 1:00 tomorrow afternoon in boston. >> greta: fox news will cover the latest and breaking news in california. stay with fox news, we'll see >> hello, everyone, i'm kimberly guilfoyle. this is "the five." >> a world-renowned doctor steals the show from president obama at the national prayer breakfast in washington. blasting the president's agenda,
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right in front of him. it's caught a lot of people's attention. ladies and gentlemen, dr. benjamin carson. >> the p.c. police are out in force at all times. we have reached a point where people are afraid to actually talk about what they want to say. our deficit is a big problem. what about our taxation system? when i pick up my bible, you know what i see? i see the fairest individual in the universe, god, he's given us this system. hoosr it's called time. >> he didn't stop there. carson is the head of neurosurgery at johns hopkins. listen to obamacare. >> here's my solution. when a person is born, give them a birth certificate, an electronic medical record and a health savings account, to which money can be contributed pre-tax from the time you are born to the time you die. when you die, you can pass it on to your family members so that when you are 85 years old, you got 6 diseases, you are not
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trying to spend up everything, you are happy to pass it on and nobody's talking about death panels. >> rush limbaugh says the republicans could learn a thing or two. >> the guy comes along in 43 seconds and sets out a position, based on our principles of individual responsibility and free market that is a logical solution that makes total sense to everybody who hears it. this man said it while obama's sitting there. this is the kind of thing the republican party should have been saying for the past four years. >> okay, gregg, you said you have a lot to say. prove it? >> he says the doctor better make sure his taxes are paid up. that's the longest 43 seconds obama has had to endure since the skeet shooting possibility. the doctor took a moron. what does he know?
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he operates on the brains of babies. i would rather take advice from sandra fluke. i think she has -- sandra fluke... she has so much more life experiences than this pediatric neurosurgeon, who someone who operates on babies. >> right. >> that's my point. >> that's tongue in cheek. >> i was being ironic this. guy knows what he is tai talking about, not someone who has been on the planet 31 years, not fighting for free pills, while he's saving lives. >> i liked him, too. it takes a lots of guts to stand up in front of a room, as i did this week and dana helped me out with that quite a bit i. she was a coach. >> but to do it and take down the president of the united states, sitting five feet away, man, that guy has a lots of gutses. his ideas -- i agree that -- it's not that hard. it is not that hard to -- to figure it out.
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this guy figured it out in a couple of minutes. >> did you like what he had to say, in terms of finances and taxes and -- kind of people paying their i. i d. appropriate amount -- >> not more than their fair share. >> i d. i d. i thought it was fantastic. i would like to point out that greg is very tan. >> so are you. >> i fell -- >> he usually makes fun of me. >> you rolled over me and we were wrestling in the green room. >> all right. dana? >> good points? yes, certainly. the question is, was the venue the right place to make them? we do live in america. you can say things that maybe the president would disagree with, perhaps -- i don't know if they might know each other. i do remember during a prayer breakfast in the bush administration, one of the speakers talked about the war, war in iraq. and made comments that some people could take as critical of president bush and that was a
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big, huge story. somebody had the guts to stand up to president bush at the prayer breakfast. so i don't see it as that different. >> bob, did you like any of his ideas? >> i thought it was disgraceful performance -- >> why disgraceful? >> people come together to honor the god as they know him. this is a prayer breakfast. it is supposed to be one of the few bipartisan things in washington. if he wants to give a political statement, c-pac has a meeting 2 months down the road. it was a disgrace. his bible quotes were wrong. this guy ought to go back and take care of babies. that's a nice thing he does. but i thought it was inappropriate, it was mean and so far out of place -- >> it sounds like you were objecting to where he made -- >> i did -- >> first of all -- >> i think his ideas are screwy, too. >> the point is, don't speak at c-pac, if have you an opportunity and the president is there and you don't take the opportunity, you are a coward. and more doctors believe what
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carson is saying. every survey shows that every practicing physician hates obamacare. they are petrified of it. >> why has president obama showed up that wasn't a home turf for him, ever? >> that's not the point. >> that is the point. if you can't get him on your turf, you will get him in a neutral zone. >> you stabbed up and say things about obama, but this is a national prayer -- >> he won't show up at c-pac or fox, or anywhere i. do you get my point. >> he won't do q&a? >> viinvited him on a number of occasions to my parent. carson spoke truth to power, which the press use to love. because the press used to do it. i am surprised that steven crost didn't step in and tackle him. they find it so objectionable to talk to the emperor.
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>> there is nothing sacred in washington. is there anywhere where the democrats haven't been exceedingly political in a speech? including when you invite somebody to sit in the front row of the speech and disparage and ridicule him in front of the world. >> if he made the point about bush in iraq -- i haven't been there. vinever seen or heard political comments like that. i didn't agree with any of it. that's not a surprise. this is something my friend cal thomas who, cannot be more conservative, a evangelical christian. he agreed with me -- he agreed that the poigns were right, but this is exactly the wrong place to do it. >> i called cal thomas after he you and he said, i told bob that to make him happy. you know who agreed with carson, paul crugman, speaking in a synagogue. they asked him about the death crisis, he said debt panels and
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sales taxes. he said what carson said the. >> right. let's listen to another piece of sound from dr. carson and this is about taxes. >> you make $10 billion, you put in $1 billion. you make $10, you put in $1. >> some people say, well that's not fair because it doesn't hurt the guy who made $10 billion as much as the guy made -- 10. where does it say have you to hurt the guy? he put $1 billion in the pot. >> he's a free market guy. >> how do we solve the problem? clearly we have a spending problem. one of the ways to solve the whole thing is go to the fair tax. it's time to start really looking at a national sales tax on everything that is sold and eliminate the income tax. get rid of t. the fair tax proposal, 23% of every sale. what do we do? get rid of the irs and income taxes. go to a use tax. you want this? you pay the tax on it.
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>> that makes a lot more sense -- >> very similar. >> similar concept. >> can i make one point about obamacare -- you start as soon as tai they are born, and start saving. does he recognize there are millions of people who can't begin to save anything? >> but what he is saying is a lot of states have put forward tax credit programs. if you want to save for a college education, you can set up a fund. there are mill knowios who couldn't save. >> but they have cell phones and flat-screen tvs in their house. so they can save. if you can buy a phone, you can get health care. by the way, the doctor -- all the doctor was doing was making a point that all doctors are making that no one understands. they're small businessmen. they are small businessmen -- [overlapping dialogue] >> i would have loved to have that opportunity. if anybody has that opportunity, they should. >> he was courageous enough to go there.
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>> you call that courage? >> president obama looked a little perturbed for once? rather than a tongue bag from the media -- the grin on his face during every "60 minutes" thing was insane. so now it's nice to see him sweat. >> you know the last time he made that face -- >> mitt romney with the debate. >> there is a debate where he didn't know how to handle the heat. >> we should have had -- [overlapping dialogue] >> that was a funeral. >> okay. >> disgraceful. >> bob didn't like it. i think we got that loud and clear. but coming up, remember the sassy teenaged jail bird who flipped the bird to a judge during her hearing. >> are you serious? >> i am serious, adios. [bleep] >> come back again. >> that's a no-no that. young lady has just apologized to his honor and our cameras were rolling, that's ahead on "the five."
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so...how'd it go? well, dad, i spent my childhood living with monks learning the art of dealmaking. you've mastered monkey-style kung fu? no. priceline is different now. you don't even have to bid. master hahn taught you all that? oh, and he says to say (translated from cantonese) "you still owe him five bucks." your accent needs a little work.
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>> the obama appointees this month. john brennan on why we allowed tunisia to let the sole benghazi suspect go free and then a visibly angry senator lindsay gralam, talking to leon panetta over president obama's absence of decisions in the attacks on the consulate in benghazi. >> ali an-hahairsi. the tukneesiance detained him, correct? >> he was taken into custody by the tunesians itch they released
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him? >> they did. >> where is he? >> naze tunisia. >> during that eight-hour period, did the president show any cureiosity about how this is going? what kind of assets do you have helping these people? did he ever make that phone call? >> look, there is no question in my mind the president of the united states was concerned about american lives -- >> with respect -- [overlapping dialogue] >> that incredible statement if he never called and asked you, are we helping these people? >> the questions raise more questions than offer any answers. is america a safer place or in more peril under the obama administration? are we safer or in more peril? >> it's an interesting question. if you are into the drone program, you are happy about killing terrorists. but i am concerned about lost opportunities, in terms of being able to get intelligence to gather informs and to be able to make a bigger impact overall.
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but it hasn't become, you know, expedient enough to try to put people behind bars and take unfunded liabilities. >> what are you going to do? invade tunisia to get these people? >> i didn't say that. >> no, maybe. how about leaning on tunisia? >> how about leaning on tunisia? what he said was right, that's the law of tunisia, we cannot go in there and take this guy out when they are following the laws of the country he lives in. i don't know what you expect. you want -- i don't know if we have enough soldiers to take over tunisia? >> no one's saying to take over tunisia. but you can exert diplomatic pressure to turn him over. there are other ways to do that. >> i am sure they have done that. >> be creative. >> panetta's testimony, he pointed out that president obama wasn't in the room when all of this was going on. leon panetta made one phone and he wasn't sure how long it lasted -- >> there are more holes in the benghazi coverup story than in a
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block of swiss cheese. >> i was hoping for something better. >> i am working on t. the -- on the benghazi piece, we were led to believe that they were on top of it, 5:00 in the afternoon, they are having a meeting, having a meeting with the national security team at 5:00 p.m. and they were on top of it all night long. four months later, you get the testimony that says, actually, no, i never got a call. that's why congressional testimony is important and the oversight, no matter who is in office, the congressional branch -- that's what they are supposed to do to help us figure it outs. i would say america is safer than it was on september 10, 2001, because of the policies put in place and adopted and kept and maybe enhanced, improved -- by the obama administration. but these were policies that needed to be in place, before 2001, or not. they went through the pain and the agony and the reputational problems of the years of the bush administration. but when president obama took office, even despite the
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rhetoric and the inconsistencies what have they criticized president bush for, they have kept most of the policies and that's good. >> brennan was there with bush and they kept a lot of the policies itch there were more holes in this testimony than a fat man's hammock. [chuckles] >> that's pretty good, right? >> much better than swiss cheese. >> yeah. we never get answers on benghazi. we never get the two answers -- why were the calls for help ignored? who pushed the video? we would get more answers if the congress gathered around a ouija board. and the filmmaker is still in yales and a manhunt for the cop killer in the woods of california and susan riz rice is arresting the director of "first blood." turn to this guy, the leader of the pakistani militant group that call -- carried out the 2008 attacks in mumbai, indiana
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in which 10 americans were killed. $10 million -- he's out. he's free. he is in the media, shouldn't -- shouldn't we go in and say, look, you killed some americans. we want him. >> you know -- what kind of message -- >> right. we are not going to do that. unfortunately, there has been a lot of talk from people, pushing politicians to take a stronger stance with pakistan because with friends like that, who needs enemies? they haddous osama bin laden in their midst and didn't tell a friend. we had to find out on our own and go in. we have to take a toughir stance because we won't be respected if there is nothing to thwart them, if they are going to go unchecked and unpunished. >> pakistan, as difficult as they are is a key component in that part of the world, particularly because it borders afghanistan. secondly, in order to get this guy from the pakistanis, it is not as if you identified osama
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bin laden. again, it would requireitous go into pakistan millitarily -- i am sure -- [overlapping dialogue] >> he was doing press conferences, for gods's sake. >> the answer you might get from the administration is that it's complicated. and that -- at least with this guy, if he is up and around and you can watch him that, might be better than cutting off aid and risking a failed state which might be worse. it is not like a choice between good and bad. it's bad and worse. >> if you remember this crime, it was one of the worst, worst things i have ever read, it was horrible, the way they butchered thees people. this is where drones work. i mean eye have said before, i am pro-drone. if you can save american lives by using robotics or drones, go for it, send a drone in, take him out. why not. >> why these people don't have accidents? >> that's the point! >> the good old days. >> quit talking about it. some people need killing.
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he's at the top of the list. kill him and guess what, say sorry, after after. you wanteur money? >> we are going to have accidents and drones -- still to come, one college is offering a refund to grads if their does he gree doesn't earn them a job that will pay off student loans and ivy league schools are suing their former students. all schooled up next.
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what's amazing is i'm actually a better singer than you. >> really? >> yes. we debit find that out last night. >> did you hear me singing
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country music? can we talk about my segment which is colleges. they are leaving their grad students with overwhelming debt. one school in central michigan has an interesting plan. starting this fall, spring arbor university will assist in paying off student loans if the students can't find a well paying job when they graduate. three universities elsewhere are doing otherwise. george washington university, yale, and penn have all started suing their grads who can't pay up for the loans they gave them, so very different approaches. i like this story. this is free market competition. if you're a parent and you're going to pay for your kids to go to school, you would look at this and say wait, they're going to pony up if they can't get a job? i would like to send my kid to that school. >> for a change, the school is accountable. instead of raising tuition over and over and over, and by the way, the reason why tuition is skyrocketing is because colleges realize there's so much money
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out there. the availability of student loans is so easy, they know they cab keep jacking it up, jacking it up. we have a trillion dollars in student loan default. the colleges could start getting a little accountability, sounds great. same thing. caused by the same thing. cheap loans, too easy loans, easy money that shouldn't have gone to people who didn't deserve it and couldn't afford it. >> exaaspirated by people who can't find a job. law schools, actually, this is a problem with too many people. do you think that will start a trend. >> that people shouldn't go to law school. >> or a law school will make sure if you don't find a job after going to our law school, we'll pay you back? >> i think if you're a large law
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school, it will be difficult to make that kind of guarantee because it doesn't make sense financially. if you're a smaller law school and you want to attract people to come, sure. doesn't that sound like a good idea, a money back guarantee? if we don't help you get a job and you can't pay your bills, we'll give you a rebate back. >> bob, you have kids. >> one of college age and one that's going to be. do you like the idea. >> i do like the idea of michigan university. there's a distick distinction. those students are getting sally macdonalsallymae laws. gw is the most expensive university in the country. these are loans the school made directly to the students. >> they were perkins loans. >> now they're going after them. otherwise the school has to pay them. the school is suing them. yale has got close to a billion dollars in their -- what do you call that, endowment. penn is doing quite well and gw is the same thing. they own about half of downtown washington. the idea they should go after
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these kids is absolutely obscene. >> you said you wanted to comment on this. >> that's not a question, dana. >> what do you think? >> i have a great suggestion. i'm coming from the opposite side of the student. every student should stick these expensive colleges on loans because after all, they need to learn the obscure term that is called capitalism, and they've got to pay for the fact that they've been churning out lazy stupid marxists who put social justice before paying back a loan. how do you solve the problem? you force all the marxist professors to be in charge of debt collection. they gotta go out, and if they don't get the loans back, they don't get they are salary. that's my solution. they'll become capitalists. >> it's a good idea. >> there's a problem with it. it 2 goes into a student loan
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default. >> you turn them into debt collectors. >> the money goes directly to the school. >> one thing you said, we're sitting on a ticking time bomb. most of the students will pay their loans, a large percentage. >> we have a huge problem. the number was 63%, i saw, the increase in the number of people who are at risk of default. >> yeah. >> they're behind this their payments. i understand that. >> how will they ever catch up? also if you have 25 years to pay back the loan,. >> that's one of the new rules they put in place. basically your life expectancy is over by the time you get a job and pay off the loans. >> this is assuming these people won't get jobs. i think the economy is coming back and they'll get jobs. you're not going to have a trillion dollars default. i want to make that point and not scary people. >> right. because you know he why? there will be a bailout. >> >> i'm not sure about that. it will be billed as bailing out students so they don't get sued
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by the university. they took us to perkins. >> he they have the best chicken noodle soup. >> perkins is amazing. >> i'm on the hook for two loans that i counter signed with people. one of these women died in a boat accident and they're trying to make me pay it. >> who else should pay. >> that's what happens. >> that's what you did. >> we're going to go back. we have a back half of the show coming up. do you have any co-workers who spend hours in the office shopping on line? what about checking twitter, facebook? they're called cyber loafers and greg will try to get them back to work next on the five. [ male announcer ] susan writes children's books.
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right now, back to new york and the five. >> a new study from kansas state finds people who use the internet at work spend most of the time doing things unrelated to their job, a if h phenomenonn as cyber loafing. i say forget the impact on work. how does it affect your life? the danger of cyber loafing is the word itself. when a reporter attaches cyber to a word, it's because they're out of ideas. dana's new app, cyber jasper, but more important the danger of surfing isn't the time wasting, it's the crippling fear of action it encourages in your life. the laptop simply makes it that much easier to avoid doing things as you watch others do do things all around the world.
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achievement has been replaced by observation, and that makes it harder to move. we are creating a nation of gaw gawkers, cowards who can't people to people, texting, writing on the bathroom walls. it keeps them out of the bars and away from me. just remember, no one on their death bed will ever remember that great article they found on the 10 best kitten videos, so put down the computer and buy my book. you'll feel better on your death bed. i know i will, bob. i know. i know. >> ohhh h. h. >> i thought we buried that dog a long time ago. >> that book is a zombie, bob, clawing its way into your life saying read me, read me. >> i read it. >> buy me. >> i don't care if you read it. >> you're a sick woman. what would you do without surfing. you don't do any real work, dana.
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>> i have like a circuit of my news websites that i go and look at and then, you know, your complaint is that i send you too many articles to read. >> that is true. >> i resemble thrashing. i have a problem. i get -- you get sucked in. >> i think the bigger problem, though, sorry, but you were rambling. i think the problem is it's not that it's work. it's that i think that it creates resistance to get up and do work. it's like it makes it harder. >> so am i understanding the study that we're spending 80% of the time doing things unrelated to things we're supposed to be doing. >> when we're on the web. when you're using a computer, 80% of the time on the computer is doing other things that are unrelated to work. >> i want to call bs on the study. >> that number seems very high. >> i think it's true. >> she doesn't cyber loaf. she goes into the stores to shop and when she's on the computer, she's gathering research and sending us articles. that's not loafing. >> come to think of it, the
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number, honestly, how many porn websites are there? >> millions. >> ask bob. ask bob. >> if you encompass all that, maybe the number. >> i think you're correct. we found that even in government agencies that's a big problem. bob, do you cyber loaf? >> yeah, i guess i do. i don't -- i look at like three things in the morning. >> please don't say. >> i look at those at night. three things in the morning, and that's about it. you know me, i can't make these work. one time i used the computer and i got lost in the university of egypt. i couldn't get out. >> that happens to the best of us. >> i bet. >> i think eric's right. 80% sounds crazy. >> you know what the ente intert has provided for people at work? smoke breaks. you always watch the people that had to go down for their smoke break and you had to sit at their desk and do your work. now actually you can have on line smoking breaks for everybody. >> it's not a smoke break. >> it's a redistribution of the
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smoke break. >> i want to ask. >> it's a poke break. >> a poke break? >> a little clever. should workers be paid -- follow my hand. there you go. back here. we're on a show. >> hip know advertise me. that works on friday night. should workers be paid overtime for checking e-mail and work calls when they're off the clock. >> oh, come on. i don't like whiners. i know there's cops asking for this. we're checking our messages, our work e-mails. that's part of your job. when is anyone going to be happy to just have a job? we don't check our work e-mails and do stuff time on the weekend? that's what you do when you want to do your job well. >> greg was sending e-mails all night last night. >> i was. >> some of them were a little crazy. >> i had a little problem. >> yeah. there were a few. >> was i sending e-mails last night? >> yeah. you were. >> they made absolutely no sense. >> what time was this? >> 4:00 in the morning was the last one i got. >> that's not true. >> you did. you did. 4:00 in the morning.
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you sent me slow pitch. eric told me one day, i said eric you called me last night and he said i did not. >> i don't remember. >> you guys say late at night. you're talking about 9:00. >> 4 in the morning was the last one i got from you. >> that is such baloney. >> i was just getting up. >> maybe ben took your blackberry again. >> i fired sven. i didn't fire him. he disappeared. coming up, the toddler who can dribble better than michael jordan stops by fox news to show us his unbelievable hoop skills. the basketball baby wonder next on the fives.
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2 year old titus ashby from kansas. you cannot believe this kid. he shoots basket hoops and he did it on "fox & friends" and got over three million hits on youtube. >> what are you laughing at? >> he shoots basket hoops.
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>> that's what it is. oh, my. that's unbelievable. do you think that you would like to try this, titus. >> >> should we do the tram po line shot. here we go. he's been brought up his whole live. will he hit this. >> one more. >> good job. >> he's not a show-point. anybody have any thoughts about the kid? >> i challenge that kid. i challenge him to game of horse. >> really,. >> did you ever play that? >> no, what is it dana. >> . i played it with my mom, horse. >> you don't know what it is? >> i like to play in my back yard. >> it's nice to see titus. good luck when you get to the nba. we know a lost you are caught in a snowstorm and are locked in
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your home, millions of you in the northeast. we decided to give you advice about what you might want to do when you're home and stuck in a snowstorm. eric, you got any thoughts. >> you are going to me first? >> sure. >> what to do when you're snowed in. >> i think you stay right here and watch fox and watch the five and reruns. >> and cash it in. >> i can't believe you. >> i would watch all the reruns of the great shows like what's my favorite. >> homeland. >> homeland. >> you already know how it ends. >> i'm not a re-washer. >> if you're in for 55 hours, you could watch eric's shows. >> dana, what would you do? >> i think this is great opportunity to clean closets. >> oh, my gosh. >> a really good way to find things. you put three piles, trash, things to give away, and things in a maybe pile that you come back to three months later and decide if it's good or not. >> what do you do if you're snowed in, greg? >> i get out all of my stuffed
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animals and my tea set and i set captain spiffer and sergeant fluffy and we drink at a. there's nothing better than snow drinking, well, maybe summer drinking. snow, you can't do anything. >> it's better than rain drinking. >> no. rain drinking is fun, sitting in a pub, looking out, it's raining. >> that sounds fun. >> slightly humid drinking is good, too. >> i like to be super cozy. >> yeah. >> watch movies in bed and have snacks and just fun things like that. >> do you have guests over? >> not you. >> i just think -- i'm a bachelor. i'm home alone. >> we know. >> it's very disturbing to have to be home alone,. >> no one can get in or out. >> to find somebody who can spend that time with you, an academic minded person or somebody who can give you
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instructions on, i don't know, any number of things. >> how to use your ipad. >> how to use your ipad and how to use your ipad again and how to grow vegetables and how to do all kinds of life things. >> what are you talking about? >> i'm trying to get around saying what i would do. >> sounds like a democratic filibuster. >> why are you still wearing those goggleses. >> because my eyes have shot from swimming. by the way, exercise will kill you. i went swimming to exercise and look at these eyes. >> you don't swim in a hot tub, buy, with your eyes open. >> oh, you could. >> double ding. double ding. >> unbelievable. >> a little shot right there. >> h i'm scared that he'll get e back. >> that would be the equivalent of swimming in an like pool. >> you could swim in the hot tub. you can borrow his goggles. >> i lost my googles.
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>> i bet. >> oh, i bet. you bet what? >> i'm saying a lot of weird stuff happens to you of the infectious sort. [ laughter ] >> am i right? >> did you lose your goggles or did they break? >> they broke. they burst. >> come on. i'm the rodney dangerfield during this segment. >> you're only 40, though. >> yeah, well, no. my liver is about 95. >> he's like benjamin button. >> one more thing is up next.
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well, it's time now for one more thing. >> i was talking to my bookie. i'll get back to you. i thought we were in a break. go ahead. >> bob is really with it today. >> it never gets old, does it? here's another person that was really with it. do you remember penelope soto, the teen who got in big trouble with the judge because she was impolite and wasn't courteous. bob finds her attractive, of course. she did a bad thing, flipping the bird to the judge. he put her in for 30 days. take a look at this. >> are you serious?
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>> i am serious. adios. come back again. did you say i that. >.>> yes, sir. >> i find you in direct criminal contempt. 30 days in jail. of course, she he apologized. >> my behavior was very irrational and i apologize not only to the court and you but to my family. >> that's what happens when you use xanax, greg. >> or santa. >> okay. >> weird. >> when they think of marines
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for which we have the utmost respect for all marines. you don't think of these type of marines. look. that's luca. she's an 8-year-old. she's a sergeant, i believe, tweet me if i'm not correct in saying this, but i think she can have a rank of sergeant in the marine corps. she stepped on an ied and lost her leg, but she saved soldiers lives in the meantime. luca is 8 years old. she's a good girl. >> how cute. >> real quick. cashing in. check it out. it's going to be a great show. >> you can see him. like when he smiles, you can see him imloag in the snow. i love it. >> dana? >> mine is we all love our colleague, stuart varney, host of varney and company. >> i hate him. >> believe it or not, he got to go to the national cattleman beef association. this is a guy who is only